Originally Posted by Playboy Stevie V
disagree here for sure. I don't think Albert, even if he was pissed would do something like that. That is really up there in terms of stupid and there are much better ways to get out of your contract or make your case to management than messing with what goes on in the ring. Especially now in these days where it's all televised and people think about it. I don't think anyone likes a guy that messes with what goes on in the ring. I mean it's not like this is the kind of move where the guy can help so much like for example Cesaro's, or a press or something. In this move it's all on Ryback to get the guy onto his shoulders. There isn't anywhere the guy being lifted can use for leverage as he is behind the lifter guy.
I think Ryback just didn't get it the first time, and might have pulled something or something. As on the second go it looked like he tried to put all the weight on one leg.
I gotta say I think this is big trouble for him. He's playing a power character and he needs to hit that move. If he can't hit that then he doesn't have a gimmick. I was surprised people were as easy about it. He's weathered it and the crowd was still with him chanting feed me more after the match which surprised me, but he's got to rally from this and hit it again or he's gonna lose momentum in a hurry.
Originally Posted by TNA 'The very best'
Show is around 150 pounds heavier? And he's a ton bigger and more awkward to lift. And Cena is probably selling as much a straining when he does it. I would trust Cena to hit Ryback's finisher every time. No way Ryback can compare to Cena.
Originally Posted by Wade Barrett 1979
Maybe now. But on level terms I'd say Cena is way stronger than Cesaro. Cesaro is pretty solid to have all that weight on his knees, but he keeps that up and he'll be in Cena town quick enough. Cena is way stronger than everyone except maybe Kane or Show.